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Mogollon Rim Visitor Center

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Marty
May 9, 2016
In the geographic center of Arizona lies the “Rim Country”, so named by the overwhelming presence of the Mogollon Rim. The Rim is an escarpment 7,000 feet plus that presents a dramatic drop of over 2000 feet to the communities below. It is covered in forest and grass land, and has been the home to Native Americans, cowboys, ranchers, farmers, hunters, fishermen, and nature lovers for centuries. It is a land of extreme beauty, natural endowments, and historical significance. The Mogollon Rim and the Grand Canyon constitute Arizona’s two most spectacular landforms. Formed 600 million years ago, the 200-mile long “Rim” is largely preserved as national forest, it remains the home to a large and diverse group of animals. Over 239 species of birds, including eagles, hawks, and ravens inhabit the forest as well as the Rocky Mountain elk, both mule and whitetail deer, black bear, mountain lion, bobcat, fox, javelina, and coyote. Despite the wondrous diversity of the creatures which we share Arizona Rim Country with, it is a land big enough to accommodate all styles of recreationalists. Great for hiking, exploring, fishing, horseback ridging and site-seeing scenic drives.
In the geographic center of Arizona lies the “Rim Country”, so named by the overwhelming presence of the Mogollon Rim. The Rim is an escarpment 7,000 feet plus that presents a dramatic drop of over 2000 feet to the communities below. It is covered in forest and grass land, and has been the home to N…
David
January 6, 2017
Short drive up (about 1.5 hours) from Phoenix and you won't believe that you are still in Arizona. Views are incredible and you will out in Nature.
Jenifer
August 27, 2020
One of the best views of our neighborhood below

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Rim Road
Payson, AZ